Myrtilus, Testimonia and Fragments

LCL 514: 376-377

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The Poets of Old Comedy

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4 Theodosius On the Declension of Barytone Nouns in -ōn, p. 21.25 Hilgard.

Φέρωνος ἆρά που ᾿στιν ἡ ξυναυλία;

5 Phrynichus Selection 402

ὡς ὁ μὲν κλέπτης, ὁ δ᾿ ἅρπαξ, ὁ δ᾿ ἀνάπηρος πορνοβοσκὸς καταφαγᾶς.

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Myrtilus

Brief fragment: (F 3) “a tongue blister.”

Unassigned Fragments

4 Is Pheron’s aulos company anywhere about?

5 One man is a thief, another is a bandit, another is a maimed glutton who keeps a brothel.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.myrtilos-testimonia_fragments.2011